1/8 Evicted by a new government, can the royal family cope with life outside their palaces?
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5/6 When the Pattersons get a dog, Father Benedict is not impressed.
1/6 Miriam Margolyes, Alison Steadman and Nigel Planer send up the Bloomsbury literary group.
3/6 Nicholas Parsons hosts a special edition from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
3/4 Edith Black's poet lodger is back with his druid lover, and Sally is sorting again.
1/6 Mark Watson and his team consider work and play. How can we find the right balance?
10/13 Harold's plans for a bathroom upset Albert.
The blundering civil servants plumb new depths with a naval survey. From July 1976.
5/6 John Lloyd and Noel Fielding with Jenny Colgan, Dr Janina Ramirez and Dr Peter Frankopan.
4/5 With his colleagues busy on the box, John Fuller-Carp wants to make a bigger TV splash.
2/8 Can the former monarch navigate a world with social workers and rowdy neighbours?
6/6 Paul Tonkinson, Tom Wrigglesworth, Lloyd Langford and Chris Corcoran join Rhod Gilbert.
2/6 We spend a lot of life accruing stuff, but does it really make us happy?
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1/4 The player's ambitions to make money on the after-dinner speaker circuit are scuppered.
2/4 Dr Tanya meets American therapy-addicts Trudi and Brandon.
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3/6 International stardom beckons when the social worker appears on the radio.
2/4 David Lander reports on the implications of revolutionary methods of baby production.